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February 18, 1966 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-18

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David Schimmel Cited for Hospital Aid KKK Witness Says 'Kosher Food Plot Exposed' in Drive

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

products as evidence of the "plot." ser, former member of the Nazi
Rep. Joe Pool, Texas Democrat Party, National States Rights Party,
and identified as grand dragon
expressed bewilderment over the of the KKK for Pennsylvania, was
argument, commenting that he questioned to elicit information on
bought a can of fish every Friday Nazi links with the Klan.
but that he did not think this
Committee investigator Donald
should be interpreted to mean he Appel]. indicated Klan ties with the
was supporting Catholicism by Nazis, stating that three Klansmen,
that purchase.
Frankhauser worked with in New
The KKK member said he was York were formerly affiliated with
for free enterprise, regardless the American Nazi Party.
of race, creed or color, and then
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added that "some of the best
friends I've got are Jewish peo- He Quit 'Nazi Klan'
ple." He was identified as the
Trumpet player Ralph Pryor, 33,
Imperial Wizard of the Nation- former Wilmington, Del., police-
al Association of Klan organi- man who joined the Ku Klux Klan
zations for Klan units in Florida, last August, tells
Georgia, South Carolina, Arkan- the House Un-
sas and Louisiana.
American Activi-
Links between the Ku Klux Klan ties Committee
and the American Nazi Party were in Washington
revealed at the hearing before that he quit the
the House Committee.
Klan in Januaryi -
Ralph Pryor, 33, an ex-policeman over a rally tha
from Wilmington, Del., said he was "more like a
quit the Klan in disgust after Nazi Nazi funeral than
involvement in a Klan rally at a Klan rally .. .
Rising Sun, Md., memorializing Da- I became sick at
niel Burros, a New York Klansman my stomach."
and former Nazi Party member He was Delware's Pryor
who committed suicide after dis- grand dragon. He said the rally
closure that he was Jewish.
included Prussian music and Hit-
Pryor told the committee the af- ler-style statements.
fair was more like a "Nazi rally"
than Klan memorial service. He
Those who labor with their
said that Nazi music was played, minds rule; those who labor with
Hitler-styled speeches delivered, their bodies are ruled.—Chinese
and American Nazi "firing squads" proverb.
participated. He said "I became
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
sick to my stomach."
Another witness, Roy Frankhau-
Friday, February 18, 1966-15

WASHINGTON -- A member of and acting committee chairman,

David Schimmel, president of Allen Industries, Inc., (left) re-
ceives a plaque honoring him for distinguished philanthropic service
on behalf of National Jewish Hospital at Denver. Presenting the
award are Norman Schwartz, chairman of the hospital's Michigan
Committee; and C. Allen Harlan, newly elected treasurer of the hos-
pital's Michigan committee. The National Jewish Hospital is a world
renowned free medical center for treatment and research in tuber-
culosis, asthma-allergy, emphysema and other diseases of the chest.
All patients are admitted without charge and without regard to
race, color, or creed. Others in the photo are (extreme left) Leon
W. Levy of Chicago, the hospital's assistant campaign director and
(extreme right) Charles H. Ward, the hospital's Michigan regional
director.

Religious Affairs Ministry Ignores
Pleas for Aid, Liberal Rabbis Charge

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The Council of
Progressive Rabbis of Israel, some
of whose congregations have re-
cently had difficulties in finding
places to worship under alleged
Orthodox pressures, charged the
religious affairs ministry Tuesday
with either denying or ignoring
their requests for help.
The council made the charge in
a statement issued here which as-
serted that public claims to the
contrary by the ministry did not
"reflect the truth." The council
claims that the ministry had turn-
ed down or ignored requests from
a number of its congregations for
Torah scrolls salvaged from the
Nazi holocaust in Europe and sent
to the ministry.
A spokesman for the ministry,
commenting on the complaint, said
that the number of such Torah
scrolls was not sufficient far dis-
tribution to all applicants. The

spokesman cited, as an example of
its problems, the fact that most
of the scrolls recently received
from the Westminister Synagogue
in London had been found to be
unusable. He said they had been
buried in accordance with tradi-
tion.

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the Ku Klux Klan told the House
Committee on un-American Activ-
ities that he had financed a cam-
paign designed to "expose the
kosher food racket."
Committee members expressed
annoyance at references in one
of the items in the literature which
Imperial Wizard James R. Ven-
able, 61, had subsidized. The item
was a list of hundreds of Ameri-
can firms making kosher products,
which were identified as "Jew
kosher outfits" and "one-world
outfits."
The KKK leader, an attorney
from Stone Mountain, Ga., was
asked whether he would retract
a letter he had written urging
boycott of those firms to destroy
what Venable called in the letter
"the most diabolical plot ever con-
ceived by these leeches of man-
kind."
Venable replied "I'd like to re-
tract it. I apologize." He had pre-
viously testified that he had paid
for the "literature" and the list
of firms by financing the Defen-
sive Legion of Registered Ameri-
cans, Inc., and the Christian
Voters and Buyers League. He
said the league had published the
"literature."
He tried to convince committee
members that when a consumer
• bought a kosher product, he was
paying "indirectly to support a re-
ligious faith,' which he said was
"contrary to the constitution." He
cited the kosher "K" symbol on

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Knesset Bans Any Statute
Limitations for Genocide

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Israel's parlia-
ment decided unanimously Mon-
day night against any statute of
limitations for genocide and crimes
against humanity.
A previously-adopted law bans
any limitation for prosecution of
Nazi war crimes, but the new leg-
islation, proposed by the National
Religious Party, gives far wider
scope to the principle.
The Knesset members indicated
their attitude on the serious na-
ture of the matter with a vote by
rising to their feet instead of the
customary show of hands.

University of Wisconsin

to Ban Sorority Unless It

Adopts Non-Bias Pledge

MADISON—The University of
Wisconsin faculty has voted that
the Wisconsin chapter of Kappa
Delta Sorority must cease all
campus operations by Sept. 15,
1967, unless it submits a certifi-
cate on non-discrimination.
The vote approved a recommen-
dation by the faculty committee on
human rights. The committee re-
ported that all registered social
organizations on the Madison
campus • except Kappa Delta, in-
cluding 30 fraternities and 15 sor-
orities, have submitted the requir-
ed certificate.
The committee pointed out in
its report that the Wisconsin chap-
ter of the sorority had made
strenuous efforts to change the
national officers' uncooperative
position. The report also noted
that the Wisconsin Kappa Delta
chapter has four Jewish members
and one Jewish pledge.

Genius With Sound.

Based on accomplishment, the name of Machine, which brought the great Caruso
Emile Berliner should roll from our into the living rooms of millions.
memories as easily as that of Alexander
But Berliner's inventive genius was
Graham Bell. For Berliner took Bell's not limited simply to sound. He, and his
rudimentary telephone and made it a son, Henry, designed the three different
workable, perfected device. In fact, the helicopters which made successful flights
commercial telephone, as we know it,
from 1916 to 1926.
would be inconceivable without Emile
Public health was another of Berliner's
Berliner's contribution.
consuming interests. Convinced that
His tinkering with the telephone led epidemics of typhoid, diphtheria and
Berliner to invent another acoustical de- scarlet fever were largely traceable to
vice. The microphone. The value of this raw milk, he worked to popularize
invention becomes apparent when you Pasteur's theories. Thru Berliner's ef-
realize that the radio, television and re- forts, pasteurization received Federal
cording industries would be silenced endorsement in 1907.
.without it.
Having had little formal education
The gramophone is another invention himself, Berliner ensured education for
which testifies to Berliner's acoustical others by contributing to the Hebrew
genius. The primitive forerunner of to- University in Jerusalem. Berliner also
day's complex stereo systems, the gramo- showed great interest in the rebuilding
phone develoeCato _thgjactor Talkiu
Ad a Jewish state in Palestine.

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